A RANGE of ultra plush £2 million glass-walled holiday homes - which are partially submerged - have gone on sale.

The stunning homes, which have two floors above water and one below sea level, promise panoramic sea views and are nestled amongst a 600 square-foot artificial coral reef.

Kleindienst Group, a leading UAE based real estate agent and developer, officially launched The Floating Seahorse at The Dubai International Boat Show in March.

They are located off The Heart of Europe, six man-made connected islands spanning six million square-feet, 2.5 miles off the coast of Dubai.

Floating Seahorse Signature Edition villas cost £2.5 million and have four sleeping areas, glass-bottomed jacuzzis and decks that can be converted into bedrooms in the winter.

There are 40 of the villas in total, and this is the fourth phase of the The Floating Seahorse collection.

The Heart of Europe islands are part of The World, a group of 300 artificial islands created from reclaimed sand in the rough shape of a world map.

The development, which was announced in 2009, will also be home to luxury resorts and lavish restaurants when it is completed in 2020.

Richard Branson was one of the first to snap up one of the exclusive islands in 2006, splashing out on the Great Britain-shaped isles.

Michael Schumacher was given a £5.4 million property on the Antarctica island by ruler of Dubai Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum to mark his final Grand Prix.

David and Victoria Beckham also own a home in the city's Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest tower.